The Best of Reclaimed Wood Tables in Our Marketplace

published Jan 5, 2017
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The reclaimed wood look is still trending and rightfully so. Not only is it a more environmentally-friendly option, but each piece comes with an interesting history. Plus, if you get a water mark or a scratch, it just adds more character. The Apartment Therapy Classifieds is full of reclaimed wood tables to peruse at your leisure. However if you’re looking for the best, these sellers are making some truly special tables.

Fresh Dust in Los Angeles, California (table shown above)

Cousins Marcus Bailey and Kerry Bailey use a variety of reclaimed woods to make unique patterns and table designs, such as the one at the top of the post. Check out Fresh Dust’s corner to see a variety of wood-base lamps, tables, cabinets and more.

Breukelen Tafel in Brooklyn, New York

He calls himself the Ghost Wood Whisperer and for good reason, too. Jim Dietrich left his 9-5 job not long after building his first table. He scavenges wood from old brownstones across the city to make beautiful furniture. Browse Breukelen Tafel’s corner to see what he’s making in his backyard.

Chicago Fire Furniture in Chicago, Illinois

Julius Dorsey has made quite a name for himself with his torched furniture. Self-taught, his artistic background is evident in the furniture made. Head over to Chicago Fire’s corner for one-of-a-kind pieces that also ship outside Chicago.

High Four Furniture in Bridgewater, New Jersey

Michael Puorro and Kathryn Marx began High Four Furniture Co. as a creative outlet from their daily lives. They have since mastered the balance of vintage and modern with their handmade designs. Take a peek at High Four’s corner for affordable furniture that fit apartment-size living.

Cold Grain Studio in Glendale, California

Los Angeles resident Tala Jamiei is on a mission to make homes beautiful while doing her part to save the plant. She builds furniture using reclaimed Douglas Fir wood salvaged from buildings around southern California. Browse Cold Grain Studio’s corner if you’re in the market for modern designs.